According to the latest report from Bloomberg, the announcement of Apple’s mixed reality headset, which has been rumored for several years, may be delayed but is expected to launch later this year. Although production has started for some of its components, it might not be unveiled as early as previously thought. Reliable Apple analyst Mark Gurman had previously believed that the device would be announced in the spring of this year, but the report suggests that it could be presented at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June instead. The delayed introduction may not affect the launch date, which is still predicted to be in fall 2023, possibly in September, October, or November. The headset is expected to be priced at $3,000, and with its launch aimed at developers and businesses, it could be a big hit in the industry. The headset might be named “Reality One” or “Reality Pro,” and while it is expected to be a success like the iPhone, AirPods, and Apple Watch, there is still a chance that it could be a rare flop like the HomePod or Macintosh.